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Program of events at the PinchukArtCentre 10 March 2013

7 March 2013

Family Sundays – Sunday art classes at the PinchukArtCentre

On Sunday, March 10, at 14:00 PinchukArtCentre invites all children aged 7 through 9 to a special Family Sunday class with artist Masha Kulykivska.

This time children will be able to try themselves as actors and directors at the same time, creating their own movies with special effects, which will be based on the works of Tony Oursler. Each of the seven videos will be an answer to a riddle asked by the host.

The class participants are requested to bring a mobile phone with camera, a camera with a video mode or a video recorder, which will be used during the lesson. It is also required to have appropriate cables/devices to copy captured videos from cameras/mobiles to a computer.

Family Sunday starts at 14:00 on the 6th floor in the SkyArtCafe’s video-lounge.

Meanwhile, parents can join one of the regular exhibition tours led by qualified PinchukArtCentre guides.

Maximum number of children in the group is 20. Registration is mandatory.

Scheduled Family Sunday classes:
4 – 6
years: 17 March, 31 March, 14 April;
7 – 9
years:  24 March, 7 April, 21 April.

Discover the World of Contemporary Art class as part of Walking-Talking educational program for children

On Sunday, March 10, 2013, at 14:00, the PinchukArtCentre invites 10 to 12 year old children to join the second Walking–Talking class of the Discover the World of Contemporary Art course, which will be dedicated to the image of a woman in art.

Referring to the theme of the International Women's Day, young visitors will reflect on the place of women in the art world. Through the works of Tony Oursler, Mark Quinn, Julie Mehretu and Juergen Teller the class participants will try to differentiate the roles of women as subject and object of an art work. At the end, the children will be able to create their own themed collages.

The class will start at 14:00 in the reception area on the 2nd floor of the art centre. Liudmyla Bulanova, PinchukArtCentre’s tour guide, will host the event.

Maximum number of children in the group is 10.

Walking - Talking is a new education program for children ages 10 to 12. Young art centre visitors will be participating in specially designed investigative tours of the exhibitions that will help them better understand art objects.

Scheduled Walking-Talking classes:
March 17, March 24, March 31, April 7, April 14, April 21.

Theme Tour “Appropriation Art”

On Sunday, March 10, at 17:00 the PinchukArtCentre invites all visitors to participate in a Thematic TourAppropriation Art” where they will learn about appropriation art as one of artistic strategies in contemporary art.

Artists often borrow imagery from popular culture, advertising, media and from other artists to use it in their own works. During the tour the focus will be on the outstanding representatives of this strategy, such as Richard Prince, one of the major appropriation artists of the 20th century who uses borrowing as a unique author's signature; Chapman brothers using original series of etchings by Francisco Goya's "Horrors of War" as a basis for their works; Jeff Koons, Thomas Ruff, and many other.

The event starts at 17:00 on the 2nd floor of the art centre, reception area. The tour will be guided by Tetiana Zhurko, PinchukArtCentre’s guide.

Thematic tours can be arranged on request for schools and universities.

Theme Tour scheduled for March:
Theme Tour “Art and Religion: Tangency Point”
Theme Tour “Reality Transformation in Contemporary Art”
Theme Tour “Dialogue with History of Art: Chapman Brothers and Francisco Goya”
Theme Tour “Contemporary Art: Emotion vs Technology”
Theme Tour “Seeing is NOT believing: points of interaction of Contemporary Art and Science”
Theme tour “Absurdity and Humour as Artistic Strategies of Contemporary Art”

Registered event attendees will have priority entry to the art centre without queuing. To register in advance and receive additional information, please use the contact information below:
Tel.: +38 044 590-08-58
[email protected]

For attention of the Mass Media: for any details regarding the accreditation for photo and video shooting of the event, please contact Press Office by e-mailing to: [email protected]

Press-office of the PinchukArtCentre
Тel: +380 44 494 11 48,
E-mail: [email protected]